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Old Oct 3, 2011, 8:04 PM   #1
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Default DPS-9000 versus DigiCom DC-EPP3000 Help needed with voltage

I have a Dimage 7 Hi Camera and am looking for an additional battery pack. I currently have a DPS-9000 pack and it looks like it may be dying. I have found this external battery pack by DigiCom and was wondering if someone could tell me if the voltage will work with my camera. Mine requires 7.4V but it does not show a switch for that voltage. Can I use the 6.5V and not ruin my camera?
  • DigiCom DC-EPP3000 Xtreme Power Pack Li-ion External Battery Pack for Digital Cameras

  • General Features:
  • 4-cell Lithium-ion rechargeable battery
  • Supports 3-volt to 8.4-volt digital cameras
  • Six (6) Power tips
  • Two (2) Dummy battery inserts
  • LED battery meter
  • AC/DC operation
  • 10 times more shooting capacity
  • Compact and light weight
  • Plastic case with belt clip
  • 110/220-Volt
  • AC power adapter can switch between 120V-60Hz to 230V-50Hz
  • Supports Olympus, Nikon, Fuji, Minolta, Sony, Kodak, JVC, Sharp, Sanyo, Samsung, Casio and Cannon Digital cameras

  • Voltage Switch:
  • 3.0V
  • 4.5V
  • 5.0V
  • 6.0V
  • 6.5V
  • 8.4V

  • Power Specifications:
  • 5VDC --- 1000mAh
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